This custom Chevy is cool in so many ways the way you see it, but of course like all hot American cars it has a story. Yancy Johns was lucky to find this 1971 Malibu bone stock, with no rust, so he bought it, paint it and gave it a SS trim. Later on the wagon ended up in California with Steven Rupp known for the insane “Bad Penny” 68′ Camaro he built back in 2007.
Pro Touring Chevrolet Chevelle Wagon – Two Tons of Fun.
After going trough few stages of modification in 2013 the Chevelle station wagon became “Two Tons of Fun”. Set on Global West suspension, spinning a set of Forgeline rims with Nitto tires, Wilwood brakes, powered by a LS3 Chevy Performance engine backed by a Tremec T56 Magnum manual transmission this wicked Chevrolet Chevelle was ready to attend the 2013 Super Chevy Suspension & Handling Challenge.
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